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Sunday 25 January 2015


 Short Film Sunday: Trevor
Posted in: Movies  25th January 2015
This award-winning flick from 1994 follows the growing pains of teenage Trevor who is struggling to fit in at school and whose homophobic parents seem incapable of understanding his troubled soul.


 "Get involved" urges Pride Fest Director
Posted in: Events  24th January 2015
The Director of next month's Auckland Pride Festival hopes people from across a wide range of cultures will get involved, and own it.


 Guide to the LYC Big Gay Out 2015
Posted in: Events  23rd January 2015
The much-loved community event returns to Coyle Park in Pt Chevalier, Auckland, on Sunday 8 February from midday to 7pm. Free entry.


 France's Other Nightmare: The French National Front
Posted in: Comment  23rd January 2015
The Christian Right is not the only problem many LGBT Europeans have to face. Look at France's National Front, for example, writes Craig Young.


 Taane's Pride
Posted in: Performance  22nd January 2015
A breath-taking fusion of the work of three of our community’s most loved and revered artists will open this year’s Pride Gala.


 Auckland Pride Parade needs you!
Posted in: Events  20th January 2015
Volunteers are being sought for a range of roles in next month’s Auckland Pride Parade, from people who can help with float construction to marshals - who get some of the best views on Ponsonby Rd.


 The divas of the Love Parade
Posted in: Events  19th January 2015
Next month Out in the Park will make its way from Civic Square to its new home at Waitangi Park, in a parade led by divas each representing different eras in our community.


 Short Film Sunday: Queer Selfies
Posted in: Movies  18th January 2015
The Big Gay Out is just three weeks away! To get you warmed up, our Short Film Sunday selection is the delicious Queer Selfies.


 Jac Lynch's Butch on Butch exhibition
Posted in: Our Communities  17th January 2015
Jac Lynch’s exhibition Butch on Butch pays tribute to those whose masculinity defies social and gender norms.


 New Anika Moa track: Running
Posted in: Music  16th January 2015
Anika Moa's released a lyric video for Running, the first track from her upcoming album Queen At The Table, which is due out in April.


 Blasphemy, Censorship and LGBT Rights
Posted in: Comment  15th January 2015
What is "blasphemy"- and how have blasphemy laws been used against LGBT rights elsewhere in the world?


 Kita Mean hits the mall
Posted in: Performance  14th January 2015
An Auckland queen of drag drama Kita Mean has launched a new video series. Her first stop? The mall - for a bit of ‘leave Britney alone’!


 Pieces of a magical puzzle
Posted in: True Stories  14th January 2015
From the recollections and experiences of some of those who knew him, we piece together a glimpse of the complex picture that was Warwick Broadhead's life and being.


 New music: Gia's Only a Girl
Posted in: Music  14th January 2015
Queer artist Gia has served up a Sapphic and raunchy video for debut track Only a Girl, in which she sings “only a girl knows how a girl feels, only a girl can make me feel this way”.


 From Instagram To Insta-Love
Posted in: Hall of Fame  13th January 2015
Blake Skjellerup and Saul Carrasćo share their love story for a modern age in Out magazine, and it's completely adorable.